Saturday, September 8, 2012

Project 365 - Week 35 and LAST WINNERS!

Hello Blogger friends :)  Sorry I didn't post anything last night or earlier today with the last winners of my Giveaway Week - but we were leading a Volunteer Training Retreat for our Leaders in the Youth Ministry and I completely forgot!  So here we are with the Project 365 Photos this week and at the end of the post is the final 7 sure to check it out!

Our three amigos on the first day of school.  Left to right they are in Grade 8, Grade 11, and Grade 4.  I'm blessed to have such wonderful kids.  And they're pretty handsome, pretty and cute too, (all in that order).  

Walking our son to school one day, and I took my camera along,  it was another gorgeous fall day and the flag was flying beautifully!

A mural on the school wall, I love the color and the texture to the wall too.  

Braids :)  I still often braid our daughter's hair after a shower at night for her, then she has pretty curls the next day.  One of the things she still lets me do for her.  Too soon she will not need me to do that for her anymore.  She has SUCH thick hair too, her half braid is the thickness of my whole braid when I had long hair.  

The leader retreat we had was at a lake Camp about an hour from us, it was a GORGEOUS weekend here, so I snapped a few shots.  

Boats.  I would have loved to have gone out today on the paddle boat.  But alas, not enough time.  

Pretty butterfly hanging out on our front post

NOW TO THE GIVEAWAYS! Winners of the:

Ranger Distress, Prima, Flower Soft -  (and I found the Edgeabilities die I wanted to give away too)- #12 Cathy

Cathy said...
Love the blue colors. A very cheery card with all the flowers. So pretty.
I always do some crafting, that way your mind is on something else instead of worrying about your troubles.
NOW the winners of the paper packs:
7 Gypsies - #7 - Karen McAlpine
Karen McAlpine said...
Yummy paper collections! Can that gorgeous Christmas card really be easy??!! I heading over to check out the tutorial. I do plan on making Christmas cards this year. I think I will scale back a bit. (I say this every year and I still make a lot of cards.) I haven't decided on a design yet. Will probably make a couple different designs and make multiples. I am working on some cards to sell at a small sale and will be doing snowmen for that.

Memory Box - #14 - Joanne Lowe
Joanne Lowe said...
First, LOVE your card, and I agree with someone else that this shape could be many different ones--thinking of an ornament shape perhaps, and then the inside decoration could vary for interest's sake.  Thanks for the opportunity to win the paper, any would be lovely. 
I am new to your blog and am enjoying each update!

Basic Grey - #21 Mary R and #6 Mary Miller
Beautiful - as always! I always intend to make the same design to save myself the hassle but I use all the Christmas cards I've made for classes first and then make a huge batch to finish off! -Mary R.
AnonymousMary Miller said...
Christine,you always motivate me with your cards.I bought a flourishes a santa ornament that I plan to send to my grandchildren and I'm still decideing on the card for family and friends.I appreciate your stand on the Lord and all the work you and your husband to for the youth.Mary Miller

MME/SEI/Cosmo Cricket - #3 Karin 
KarinsArtScrap said...
wow gorgeous card Christine very Elegant
Thanks for the tutorial.

I'LL Make my christmas cards very differently.
Some I'll make the same jus little ones.
I'll make big christmas cards A4.
And just square cards all differently.
Most of the I just start to make a card and sometimes I use sketches.

greetings karin

Prima/Kaiser - #4 Beth G
That's beautiful! I love tone on tone cards but rarely make them? 
For my Christmas cards I generally do a few of the same at a time ~4 or so. But I don't make them all the same because I get too bored and that takes the fun out of it. 
Beth Greco
Ladies you have 48 hours to contact me my email (see my profile picture link to find my contact info), and PLEASE PUT IN THE SUBJECT LINE WHAT YOU'VE WON.  Send me your mailing address.  I'll start getting this packages out Monday.  
Thanks so much for all the fun on Giveaway Week!


Marisa said...

Love the picture of your kids and that flag picture makes me proud to be Canadian :)

kathy s said...

love all the bright colours of your pics and thank you for all the goodies you have generously given away this week - generosity is so hard to come by these days and CONGRATS to ALL the lucky winners- thanks Christine

KarinsArtScrap said...

great and beautiful pictures Christine.

Wow thank you for the prize Christine.
You don't know how happy you have made me.
I'll go mail you now.

A very Big Thank You.

greetings karin

TLady said...

NICE pictures!!!!!!!!!!!! :) Your kids ARE "handsome, pretty & cute!" What LOVELY pictures of EVERYTHING!!!!!!!! :) (Makes one want to grab their camera, & see what one can find! ) :)


Gloria Westerman said...

Your children are all beautiful...great pic's too.... congratulation to the winners...

Karen McAlpine said...

Pretty handsome, indeed!! Great photo of the children! And, thanks for selecting me to win the 7 Gypsies papers!!! Congrats to all the other winners!! Thanks so much Christine!!

Linda Carson said...

You have such beautiful children! I'm sure there is never a dull moment! Loved all the pictures!

Cathy said...

Thank You for choosing me for one of your wonderful prizes, You are so generous. Awesome pictures. Love the pine and berries card. That is gorgeous.